An extradition hearing for Anthony Robert Taglianetti, the suspected killer of former Clymer Central School superintendent Keith Reed Jr., isn't likely to happen until the end of December.
A governor's warrant necessary for Taglianetti's extradition was issued Tuesday.
David Foley, Chautauqua County district attorney, has been in contact with the commonwealth of Virginia throughout the investigation and preparations for the trial. According to Foley, the court has a tentative trial date set for Monday, Oct. 29, but he is anticipating the trial will require a continuance.
"With a continuance, the court will have up to 60 days after Oct. 29th to reschedule the trial," said Foley. "I don't expect that they will have time to put the trial together for its scheduled date, but it should happen in some capacity by the end of December."